1 "I think it's about a month," she answered.
2 He was a funny looking boy about twelve.
3 "I don't know anything about boys," she said slowly.
4 "My dinner's easy to carry about with me," he said.
5 "She knows about children," said Mary.
6 Her daughter had talked about you.
7 "I didn't know about them in India," said Mary.
8 I'd always take Susan Sowerby's advice about children myself.
9 The servants are not allowed to speak about me.
10 He is not going to tell Mrs. Medlock anything about it yet.
11 "I've been thinking about you, too," answered Mary.
12 Besides, she longed to talk about him.
13 "He knows all about eggs and nests," Mary went on.
14 She didn't like the way he had of talking about dying.
15 She felt rather as if he almost boasted about it.